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Français : Misha Pelenge Che, le 107e chef (env. 1780) / Bope Pelenge, le 108e chef (env. 1800)
English: Misha Pelenge Che, the 107th chief (circa 1780) / Bope Pelenge, the 108th chief (circa 1800)
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Source Notes ethnographiques sur les peuples communément appelés Bakuba, ainsi que sur les peuplades apparentées, Les Bushongo / par E. Torday et T. A. Joyce ; aquarelles par Norman H. Hardy. (published 1910) NYPL
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